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Uranium Yellow








Can be produced of a pale or orange tint, differing in brightness and
depth of colour according to the mode of preparation. It is fairly
eligible as a pigment, and far superior to the many fugitive compounds
which have from time to time appeared. Being very expensive, however,
and not possessing the good qualities of its compeers lately introduced,
uranium yellow has but little chance of being employed now.





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